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* DifficultButAwesome: The Phantom Lightning Rune can be used to dodge a single hit, but requires good timing. If done right, the player can defeat bosses that they currently lack the stats to defeat normally.


** Shield: You cannot damage the boss when a shield is active. And you must break it within the allotted time or else it will heal the boss ''and'' be re-applied.

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** Shield: You cannot damage the boss when a shield is active. And you must break it within the allotted time or else it will heal the boss ''and'' be re-applied. Additionally, the shield breaks after a certain amount of hits rather than through raw damage.


* AutomaticNewGame: When the game is first started, it goes straight into Senia in first level, Astaria Tree Sea, but then goes into a cutscene, before any combat starts.

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* AutomaticNewGame: When the game is first started, it goes straight into doesn't have the level select screen, but instead has Senia in the first level, Astaria "Astaria Tree Sea, but then goes into a cutscene, before any Sea". However, combat starts.doesn't start immediately but after a cutscene instead.



** The subtitle, "Hydragea After The Rain", is the title of the last chapter, before the epilogue, seen in the "The Story So Far menu".

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** The subtitle, "Hydragea After The Rain", is the title of the last chapter, before the epilogue, seen in the "The Story So Far menu".Far" menu.


* AutomaticNewGame: When the game is first started, it goes straight into Senia in first level, Astaria Tree Sea, but then goes into a cutscene, before any combat starts.



** The Giant Mushroom at the end of the first stage, "Asteria Tree Sea", which takes double damage from all sources, except when Guarding, where damage is reduced to 1/8. No other enemy is weakened like that.

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** The Giant Mushroom at the end of the first stage, "Asteria "Astaria Tree Sea", which takes double damage from all sources, except when Guarding, where damage is reduced to 1/8. No other enemy is weakened like that.

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* ScratchDamage: You only deal a fixed 1 point of damage per hit against "Sheep" enemies. Thankfully, their HP bars are not that high and you can easily beat them using certain multi-hitting abilities.

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* SwordLines: Notable in a sense that the color of Senia's swings represents the element of the current mainhand weapon.

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* AfterBossRecovery: Defeating a boss automatically refills Senia's HP, which helps a lot considering she only takes damage during boss fights. This also makes the [[BossRush Platinum Trials]] manageable.


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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: When you defeat a boss in the Platinum Trials, the current level's timer pauses until the appearance of the next boss. On the other hand, your on-cooldown abilities don't pause during the transition, allowing you to have an easy start on the next fight.

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* RealTimeWeaponChange: Senia's weapons are changed in by navigating a menu, that doesn't pause the game, if done in the middle of a battle.


* FinaleTitleDrop: The subtitle, "Hydragea After The Rain", is referenced after the main quest, when Magaleta compares Senia to such hydrageas:

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* FinaleTitleDrop: Dropped both exactly, and by implication:
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The subtitle, "Hydragea After The Rain", is referenced after the main quest, title of the last chapter, before the epilogue, seen in the "The Story So Far menu".
** In the final chapter before the epilogue,
when Magaleta compares Senia to such hydrageas:



[[spoiler:You blossom splendidly, even after storms and tempests]]

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[[spoiler:Dainty, fragile]]\\
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[[spoiler:I want to shield you from every terrible thing in this world]]\\
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[[spoiler:But you're so strong]].\\
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[[spoiler:You blossom splendidly, even after storms and tempests]]tempests]],\\
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just like the hydrangea.

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* FinaleTitleDrop: The subtitle, "Hydragea After The Rain", is referenced after the main quest, when Magaleta compares Senia to such hydrageas:
--> You are just like the star in the night sky, the hydrangea that blooms in the rainy spring...\\
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[[spoiler:You blossom splendidly, even after storms and tempests]]


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*** Aphinor: Tries to bring relief to others through an eternal dream.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Fairy / Elf Monarch Sharo, as indicated by the FlavorText of her companion card:


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*** Sharo: [[BitchInSheepsClothing Seems friendly, but is actually a very cold person]].
*** Aurora: Bringing the light to people is her duty, but she can only see darkness.
*** Nyx: Some self-confidence issues from always being neglected by those around her.

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* IdleGame: While the game encourages you to repeatedly tap and use skills as they are Senia's main source of DPS, you can call in companions that attack your target for every 2-3 second interval. The game also automatically gathers crystals for you even if the game is closed, and you'll have to reclaim them in a treasure chest.

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** Shield: You cannot damage the boss when a shield is active. And you must break it within the allotted time or else it will be re-applied.

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** Shield: You cannot damage the boss when a shield is active. And you must break it within the allotted time or else it will heal the boss ''and'' be re-applied.

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